Apple camera system could fix the most annoying thing about concerts

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Concert photography could soon be banned.
Concert photography could soon be banned.
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Nothing is worse at concerts than having some dude block your view of the band for 45 minutes to take crappy iPhone pics. But those days may be coming to an end soon thanks to Apple.

The company was recently granted a patent that would allow concerts and other private events to block iPhone users from taking photos and videos of the event by using infrared signals.

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Pocket-size and waterproof, the YoCam is ready for splashy summer fun.
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Cameras are just getting more versatile, and the YoCam is proof. It’s designed to work in any scenario you can imagine, from snapping selfies to setting up a security camera or filming underwater. It’s small but feature rich, and connects with a versatile app that will make this a great go-to camera, all for $179 at Cult of Mac Deals.

Photographers rejoice! iOS 10 lets you snap RAW images

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The iPhone's camera is getting a big update.
The iPhone's camera is getting a big update.
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Pictures snapped from an iPhone are about to take a huge step closer to pro status this year and you won’t even need to buy the iPhone 7 Plus’ rumored dual lens to get them.

For the first time ever, Apple is finally bringing RAW image files to the Camera app in iOS 10 thanks to a new AVCaptureOutput that will also allow third-party apps to snap Live Photos along with RAW.